In a weekend match on Sat Apr 10th, in week 28, Eintracht Frankfurt hosts Wolfsburg at Commerzbank-arena in a Bundesliga match. In Eintracht Frankfurt’s last match they recorded a 5-2 win against Union Berlin. André Silva scored the first goal for Eintracht Frankfurt in the 2nd minute, then Max Kruse tied it up for Union Berlin in the 7th minute , but fortunately for Eintracht Frankfurt it didn’t end there. They added more goals to be able to earn themselves the win. With 21 points in their last 10 matches Eintracht Frankfurt should be reasonably happy with their performance, while in Wolfsburg’s last match they recorded a 2-1 win against Werder Bremen. Josh Sargent struck first for Wolfsburg on an own goal in the 9th minute, then Wout Weghorst added another in the 42nd minute. Wolfsburg is on a hot streak lately, having won 8 of their last 10 matches.

In their last match on Dec 11th, Wolfsburg was victorious by a score of 2 to 1 in front of an empty stadium. Bas Dost scored the first goal for Eintracht Frankfurt in the 62nd minute on a penalty kick, then Wout Weghorst tied it up for Wolfsburg in the 76th minute on a penalty kick But luckily in the 88th minute, they were able to complete the comback with a goal by Wout Weghorst.

Wout Weghorst has been the most prolific scorer on Wolfsburg in the last 5 matches with 3 goals. Eintracht Frankfurt’s most prolific scorer has been André Silva. The Portugeese attacker has netted 3 goals over the last five matches

Erik Durm, Almamy Touré, Martin Hinteregger and Makoto Hasebe are unavailable to play for Adolf Hütter’s team, while Oliver Glasner’s Wolfsburg squad will be without Renato Steffen, Paulo Otávio and Lino Kasten.